cherry flavored green tea
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is quite possibly the best tea ever. only i cant seem to find it in stores. any suggestions?
I've also tried Teavana's Japanese Wild Cherry green tea - it was ok, but I liked the one I ordered from Silk Road better. I just bought some of Teavana's Snow Geisha - it's a cherry flavored white tea and I like it a lot. It's expensive though, so I don't know how often I'll be purchasing.
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I tried the Snow Geisha Tea from Teavana too. YUUUUUUMMMM! It is expensive (I think $15.00 for 2 oz.) I smelled it and had to try it though. I would love if Adagio would come out with a Cherry Green or white blend!
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i just got a tin of Japanese Sencha Kyoto Cherry Rose (what a name...) from Paper Street Teas--first cherry green i've ever tried, but i think it's great. smells like cherry Jolly Ranchers, but the flavor isn't too ostentatious.
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LavenderPekoe wrote:I was just looking at SpecialTeas and I saw they had a cherry
That looks very similiar to one that I just ordered:
On the bag it says to steep 1-2 minutes, use a heaping tsp per 6oz. I made one here using 2 tsp (not so heaping as I didn't want to use up my whole sampler) and steeped for 2 minutes. It has a very strong (not sweet) cherry taste that I am not sure if I like. On the second steep I only steeped for 1 minute and it tasted better, though I would still like a sweeter flavor.
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